ACP Denver Event

Last week I had the fabulous opportunity to hang out with a number of ACPs (Adobe Community Professionals), other community members, and some Adobe staff from the communities programs. Adobe has been doing more outreach in these areas in an attempt to build up the community through specific regional summits like this over the past year or so. I think it’s wonderful. During the full-day portion of the event, I was fortunate enough to be asked to speak on Animate CC alongside fellow author Myra Ferguson. Check out Myra’s new book coming out very soon! ¬†Take a peek at some

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Speaking at COLTT 2015

I’ve been absent from this regional conference in Boulder, CO for a couple of years now – but will be at the University of Colorado campus for COLTT 2015 in August. The title of my talk is Mobile Application Development Technology Roundup – where I’ll be examining the differences between some of my favorite cross-platform mobile development frameworks. Have a look at the full schedule and list of presenters¬†and do register if you’ll be in the area.   Mobile Application Development Technology Roundup Date: August 6th 2015 – 2:45pm Session Type: Technology Round-up Topics: Disruptive Innovations, Mobile Technology and Devices,

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360|Flex Book Giveaway

This is actually an Adobe Edge animation – click through to view! My publisher, Packt, has provided me with a giveaway for 360|Flex. I’ll collect business cards during my session and will draw one name for the givaway. The winner will receive a print copy of my new Adobe Edge Quickstart Guide!

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I’m Speaking at 360|Flex in Denver

I’ll be talking all about using BlazeDS with Flex and Java! We’ll see why AMF is so useful whether being used in ColdFusion or Java get an overview of how to use these technologies together to create great applications. Joseph Labrecque – Leveraging BlazeDS, Java, and Flex: Dynamic Data Transfer Flex developers have it easy when using ColdFusion to transfer data over the Action Message Format (AMF) transfer protocol because these services are built into the core ColdFusion server. What if you aren’t using ColdFusion though? Can you get the same benefits of AMF when using Java? Yes – by

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